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Full text of "Flora Indica Vol-I"

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FLOEA  INDICA,

Ilex.

Eugenia.

Myrsine.

Laurinese, various genera.

Eubiacese, ditto.

Composite, ditto.

Jasminuin, ditto.

Indigofera.

Saurauja, several.

•Berberis.

Casearia.

Cleyera.

Viburnum, several species.

Elssocarpus.

Turpinia.

ArattaceoB, several species.

To these must be added certain Himalayan temperate genera
that are Khasian, but not Peninsular, especially oaks and
chesnuts:—

Holbollia.

Manglietia.

Magnolia.

Talauma.

Spiraea.

Pyrus.

Corylopsis.

Bucklandia.

Pomaceae, several.

Camellia.

Acer.

Cerasus.

Prinsepia.

Benthainia.

Leycesteria.

Itea.

Hydrangea.

Adamia.

Luculia.

Hymonopogon.

Lijuonia.  •

"WigMa.

Microptelea.

Carpinus.

Helicia.

Betula.

Sabia.

Sphaorosteiaa,

Taxus.

Pinus.

Campliora.

Cliaineorops.

Plcctocomia.

And of herbaceous forms :-

Codonopsis.

Corydalis.

Dicentra.

Panax Paaudo-gin-

seng.

Delphiniurti.
Astragalus.
Astilbe.

Saxifraga.

SanguisorbA,

Lychnis.

Auisadenia.

Circjoa.

Sarcopyramis.

Orawiurdia.

Primula.

Veronica.

Dipsacus,

Iris.

Alliuiu.

Paris.

Polygdiiatiuu.

Of Kliasiau temperate forms common also to the pcniusula,
but not found in the Himalaya, Vacrinitwi bravteafam, also a
native of China, is almost the only example.